The Price of the Facelifted Honda City Was Announced to Be Rs 11.49 Lakh

Honda has released the updated fifth-generation City, which starts at Rs 11.49 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) and goes up to Rs 20.39 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the top-of-the-line City Hybrid. The City’s facelift includes small changes to the way it looks, more equipment, new entry-level models, and a new color for the paint.

  • Honda City facelift petrol now gets ADAS
  • Continues with petrol, strong hybrid powertrains
  • Gets new features like rain-sensing wipers

Due to the addition of new entry-level trims, the starting prices for the City petrol and City Hybrid have gone down. The base City petrol is now Rs 38,000 cheaper than it was before the car got a new look. With the new base model, the City hybrid is a full Rs 1 lakh cheaper than it used to be. Prices for the existing trims, on the other hand, have gone up by between Rs 15,000 and Rs 35,000, depending on the variant.

Here is a detailed look at the Honda City facelift prices

Variant Petrol manual Petrol auto Petrol-hybrid
SV Rs 11.49 lakh
V Rs 12.37 lakh Rs 13.62 lakh Rs 18.89 lakh
VX Rs 13.49 lakh Rs 14.74 lakh
ZX Rs 14.72 lakh Rs 15.97 lakh Rs 20.39 lakh

The Honda City facelift is already being booked. If you book it online, it will cost you Rs 5,000, and if you book it at a dealership, it will cost you Rs 21,000.

Details about the new Honda City’s outside and inside

Like most mid-life facelifts, the updated City has small changes to the way it looks inside and out. From the front, Honda has made changes to the bumpers and added a thinner chrome bar to the grille. The sharply styled, swept-back tail lights with nine LED arrays are still a part of the facelift. The grille design has also been changed. On higher trim levels, it has a honeycomb pattern, and on lower trim levels, it has vertical slats.

Not much has changed on the side, except that the alloys have a new look. At the back, the City facelift has new bumpers, and Honda has changed where the reflectors are and added a spoiler to the trunk. With this update, Honda is also adding a new paint colour called Obsidian Blue Pearl.

Like the outside, the City facelift doesn’t make many changes to the inside. The layout, seats, and switches are all the same as before. The City facelift still has a beige and black theme for the gasoline models and an ivory and black theme for the hybrid models, just like before.

Honda City’s new facelift adds new models and features

With this update, Honda has added new versions of the City that are easier to get into. It gets a new trim level called SV, which is only available with a manual transmission. With the facelift, the City is now available in four trim levels: SV, V, VX, and ZX. The only trim that doesn’t have a CVT gearbox is the SV. The rest do.

Honda has also made the City Hybrid available in the new entry-level V trim. Before, it was only available in the top-of-the-line ZX trim.

Even the gasoline versions of the updated City have ADAS features like adaptive cruise control, lane keeps assist, and automatic emergency braking. ADAS was only on the City Hybrid in the past. In an interesting twist, Honda also puts ADAS on the manual versions of the gasoline City. ADAS technology is usually only found in the automatic versions.

Honda has also added a new ADAS function called “Low-Speed Follow” to the City Hybrid. This function helps the driver keep a safe distance from the car in front of them. It also has a “Lead Car Departure Notification System” that lets the driver know when the car in front of them starts to move.

Higher trim levels of the midsize sedan come with six airbags, a tyre-pressure monitoring system (TPMS), and some new features like rain-sensing wipers, ambient lighting, a wireless charger, and wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Details about the powertrain of the new Honda City

In preparation for the new Real Driving Emission (RDE) rules, the 1.5-liter diesel engine in the City has been taken out of the facelift. Honda only sells the City with a 1.5-liter naturally aspirated gasoline engine with 121 horsepower and a 6-speed manual or CVT transmission, or with a 1.5-liter Atkinson Cycle gasoline-hybrid engine with 126 horsepower and an eCVT transmission.

The City is still the only car in its class with a strong hybrid engine. Both the gasoline and the gasoline-hybrid powertrains will meet RDE standards and be able to run on E20 (20 percent ethanol).

The City facelift is said to get 17.8kpl with the gasoline manual and 18.4kpl with the gasoline automatic. The City Hybrid is supposed to get 27.13kpl per gallon of gas.

Details about the warranty for the new Honda City

Both the City petrol and the City Hybrid come with a 3 year/unlimited-mileage warranty from Honda. You can add up to 5 years to the warranty. The lithium-ion battery in the City hybrid is covered by a warranty from Honda for 8 years or 160,000 km.

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